Satsang: Is Anything Unforgiveable?
In tonight’s Divine LIVE Satsang from the Sacred Garden at Parmarth Niketan, Pujya Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji responds to questions from our global family with answers that take us deeper into our spiritual path.
The first question comes from a family member living abroad who wants to know if Sadhvviji believes that anything is unforgivable – to which she so beautifully reminds us that if we hold on to anger at someone for something they did, you’re being held hostage by their behaviour! To be free we must forgive!
Then, a family member in the Sacred Garden asks how we can increase and secure our shraddha – our faith! Sadhviji shares that we often lose faith when we don’t get what we want. Watch and listen as she beautifully and gently explains that God isn’t responsible for filling our shopping carts. Watch and listen!,
Finally, another family member in the Garden asks about maun…silence in our spiritual practice. What is it’s benefit, and how do we practice it. Sadhviji brilliantly explains, and demonstrates with a group exercise that demonstrates how tne noise and ruckus that goes on in our minds drowns out the emptiness of truth and the divine presence – so moan gives us a chance to hear that truth and feel that presence.
Tune-in every night for Divine Satsang with Sadhviji from the Holy Banks of Mother Ganga! And, take some time to revisit previous sessions of Satsang by scrolling through the timeline on this page – so many amazing and precious Drops of Wisdom, all available right at your finger-tips!